TechCrunch is embarking on a major new project to survey European founders and investors in cities outside the larger European capitals.
Over the next few weeks, we will ask entrepreneurs in these cities to talk about their ecosystems, in their own words.
This is your chance to put Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen on the TechCrunch Map!
If you are a tech startuap founder or investor in one of these cities please fill out the survey form here.
TechCrunch is particularly interested in hearing from women founders and investors.
This is the follow-up to the huge survey of investors which TechCrunch has carried out over the last several months, largely in Europe’s biggest capital cities.
These formed part of a broader series of surveys the site is doing regularly for ExtraCrunch, our subscription service that unpacks key issues for startups and investors.
In the first wave of surveys, the cities TechCrunch wrote about were largely capitals. You can see them listed here.
This time, TechCrunch will be surveying founders and investors in Europe’s other cities to capture how European hubs are growing, from the perspective of the people on the ground.
They’d like to know how your city’s startup scene is evolving, how the tech sector is being impacted by COVID-19, and generally how your city will evolve.
The site leaves submissions mostly unedited and are generally looking for at least one or two paragraphs in answers to the questions.
So if you are a tech startup founder or investor in one of these cities please fill out the survey form here.
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